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Târgu Mureș

Studijní cesta studentů a pedagogů do Târgu Mureș (Rumunsko), 2018

Místo: University of Arts Târgu Mureș (Katedra divadla a vizuálního umění) + B5 Studio Targu Mures (Joszef Bartha)

Termín: 24. 4. - 30. 4. 2018

Doamne in targu mures impreuna cu studentii si budem acolo impreuna cultivarea sonic poezii!

“Cílem cesty je navázání spolupráce s pedagogy a studenty umělecké školy univerzity v Targu Mures, zároveň na půdě této instituce proběhne prezentace, výstava/dílna studentů FAMU, která bude realizována společně s profesorem Jozsefem Barthou, který je ředitelem uměleckého studia B5 tamtéž. Rádi bychom iniciovali touto cestou možnosti spolupráce se vzdělávacími a uměleckými institucemi v Rumunsku.”

To jsme napsali k žádosti o podporu od FAMU.

ubytování

http://country-court-ro.book.direct/en-us/


Program

program targu

24 April, Tuesday

Departure in the evening

25 April, Wednesday

Arrival in the evening, accommodation 7 km from the center.

http://country-court-ro.book.direct/en-us/

WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.

http://country-court-ro.book.direct/en-us/location

26 April, Thursday

9:00 – 10:00: Breakfast in pension, by bus to the university.

11:00 – 13:00: Art institute, introduction.

Student video from FAMU (with the Czech guest students, media and communications, teatrologie and scenography art students from the University of Arts Targu Mures)

13:30 – 14:30: Lunch (Ballada).

15:00: Excursion to the university and around the center.

27 April, Friday

9:00 – 10:00 Breakfast in pension.

11:00 – 13:00 B5 Studio visit.

13:30 – 14:30 Lunch (Ballada).

Afternoon: preparation for the evening program at the B5 Studio – poetry, sound and ???.

28 April, Saturday

9:00 – 10:00 Breakfast in pension.

11:00: Bus trip around the place, outside???.

Evening: Dinner (Ballada).

29 April, Sunday

9:00 – 10:00 Breakfast in pension.

Then: the free style activity.

13:30 – 14:30 Lunch (Ballada???).

Evening: farewell party at B5 Studio.

30. April, Monday

Morning: departure.


Finance

2 pedagogové (financováno prostřednictvím Erasmus +: v procesu) + Stipendium pro studenty v celkové výši 20 000 Kč.

Plus CAS slíbil 10 000 Kč.

Na studenta: 3 500 Kč


Cesta tam

Ubytování

je 7 km od centra, ale neznáme ještě adresu.


Účastníci

Matěj Šenkyřík,

Martin Janoušek,

Nikola Klinger,

Vendula Guhová,

František Fekete,

Petr Pololáník,

Jakub Krejčí,

Barbora Hlaváčová,

Lucie Ščurková

+ 2 pedagogové: Miloš Vojtěchovský, Ondřej Vavrečka


Informace

Târgu Mureș (výslovnost tyrgu mureš, dříve psáno také Tîrgu Mureș, maďarsky Marosvásárhely, německy Neumarkt am Mieresch) je město v Rumunsku. Leží na severu země v Sedmihradsku a je hlavním městem župy (județu) Mureș. Žije zde 149 577 obyvatel, převázně maďarské a rumunské národnosti.

Obecně o Sedmihradsku (Martin Putna o Unitářích atd.):

http://prehravac.rozhlas.cz/audio/3945389

O Rumunsku:

Videogram of the revolution (Harun Farocki) https://archive.org/details/VIDEOGRAMMEEINERREVOLUTIONHARUNFAROCKIVOSE

http://www.monavatamanuflorintudor.ro/

https://vimeo.com/user38402072

http://duul.cz/mona-vatamanu-florin-tudor/

O tom, kdo nás pozval:

József Bartha (b. 1960) is a visual artist, stage designer and curator. In 1987 he graduated from the „Ion Andreescu” Fine Arts Institute (currently the UAD), in Cluj-Napoca. In 2004, he became an alumnus of the doctoral school of the University of Art in Budapest. He is the founder of the ARTeast Foundation and the B5 studio in Târgu Mureș, and is a lecturer at the Târgu Mureș University of Art.

Selected exhibitions: Nici o zeiță a memoriei [No goddess of memory], MAGMA, Sf. Gheorghe (2016); Few Were Happy with their Condition, Gallery 400, Chicago (2016); Dincolo de sintaxă [Beyond syntax], At Home Gallery Samorin (2015, solo with Bartha Sándor); Few Were Happy with their Condition, Motorenhalle, Dresden (2015); MAGMA, Sf. Gheorghe (2012, solo); 2011, Meci amical (Friendly game), B5, Tg. Mureș (2012, solo); GPS, Ernst Museum, Budapest (2007); New Gallery, Bucharest (2005, solo); Liget Gallery, Budapest (2006, solo); I Had a Dream, Kunstraum, Baden (2004); Personal Places, A+A Gallery, Venice (2003); Blood and Honey, Sammlung Essl, Wien (2003); Experiment ’60-’90, 4th Floor Gallery, Bucharest (1997); Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo (1996, solo).

In József Bartha’s works, he critically approaches the image in the media and the instruments that can manipulate a discourse through the image as an intermediary. The monument to “do-it-yourself” the artist introduces to the biennale is an obelisk with a surveillance camera placed at the top, and situated in a pedestrian area in the city center. The monument comments on the excessive appearance of surveillance cameras in the public space and ironically proposes their distribution like IKEA products, in boxes with items that should be assembled with minimal headache. The components of this work include: a box containing the components of the monument, precise instructions for assembly, a surveillance camera connected to an online network that transmits the images in real time, and a monitor in the exhibition space where the city life can be followed, as it is captured in the “vulture’s” eye, where nothing escapes.

http://www.artencounters.ro/en/bartha-jozsef-bartha-2/

Blog o naší výpravě do Rumunska loni na podzim:

https://frontiers-of-solitude.org/blog/472


zápis schůzka 3. 4.

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